All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google’

AdWords Accounts With Multiple Campaign Types Get Improved Reporting

Google said it’s about to roll out three new features in AdWords that will help multi-channel advertisers manage their reporting and find insights that matter most more easily. These include the ability to find your account by campaign type, the ability to see more relevant columns more quickly, and the ability to apply column sets based on goals. “For advertisers …

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Google Panda Update MIA For About Six Months

What happened to the Google Panda update? It seems to have gone missing for about six months after Google last officially confirmed a refresh in September. Those keeping track indicate that it hasn’t been updated or refreshed at all since October (the company had said it would be a slow rollout in the first place). “Based on user (and webmaster!) …

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Google Revamps AdSense Performance Reports

Google is giving AdSense publishers a new dashboard for performance reporting, where they can quickly get a better grasp on insights into how much they’re earning, and what is impacting that for better or worse. Here’s what it looks like: You can find this under the performance tab. According to Google, it gives you more control and flexibility, and lets …

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Google Wallet Expanding As Checkout Option

Google Wallet is growing as a payment option as it has now been adopted by both Dunkin’ Donuts and Seamless, which have integrated it into their checkout experiences for Android users. “People are ordering food and drinks through their smartphones more and more, everyday,” says Hana Chang, Head of Commerce Platforms at Google. “But having to type all your credit …

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AdWords Store Visits Metric Proving Helpful to Advertisers

Late last year, Google added store visit conversions to estimated total conversions in AdWords, aimed at letting advertisers in the U.S. get an idea of how many people are visiting their stores as a result of their ads. “If visits to your physical locations—like hotels, auto dealerships, restaurants, and retail stores—are important to your business, you can use conversion tracking …

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Google Moderator Is About To Go Away

Google is shutting down Google Moderator, a tool it launched for presenters in in 2008, aimed at helping them prioritize questions for Q&A sessions. Since then, it has evolved to become a way to prioritize other ideas as well. For example, Google itself recently used it to ask webmasters what kinds of features they’d like to see added to Webmaster …

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Google Hosts 10-Year-Old CEO For Business Talk

As you may know, Google frequently hosts interesting people at its “Talks at Google” events, and uploads them on YouTube for all to say. One of the most recent ones features Mikaila Ulmer, the ten-year-old founder and CEO of Bee Sweet Lemonade, which is based in Austin, Texas. Ulmer talks about how she went from selling her product at a …

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Google Talk Discusses ‘Frugal Innovation’

Google posted a new “At Google” talk today, dealing with the topic of doing more with less. The speaker is Navi Radjou, author of the book Frugal Innovation: How to Do More with Less,” which was published by The Economist. Radjou is a Silicon Valley-based “innovation and leadership advisor,” who spoke at TED Global 2014, and won the 2013 Thinkers50 …

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Comcast Announces 2Gbps Fiber, Fires Shots at Google

Comcast has just put a lot of pressure on Google by announcing a new internet service that will deliver speeds twice as fast. Next month, the company will begin a rollout of a new 2Gbps broadband service called Gigabit Pro. It’ll start in Atlanta and spread from there. Comcast says it hopes to offer the service, which it touts as …

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Google Is About To Face Charges In Europe [Report]

The European Commission is about to “move against” Google, “setting the stage for charges” against it, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, and adding that the commission has been asking companies who have filed complaints against the search giant for permission to publish info they submitted as confidential. These include …

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Google April Fools’ Pranks Continue

Every year on this day, the Internet is flooded with nonsense, fake news stories, and other dumb stuff. The tech industry is probably more notorious for this than any other. Within that industry, nobody releases more jokes than Google, though to the company’s credit, it has put a lot more thought into this stuff than anyone else over the years. …

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Stop Working and Go Play Pac-Man in Google Maps

I don’t know if you have important things to get done today, but if not you should probably head over to Google Maps and play some Pac-Man. It’s almost April Fool’s Day, and Google is starting a bit early. The company has just introduced PAC-Maps, which will turn any streetmap into a giant game of Pac-Man, considering there are enough …

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